Tag: Philadelphia 76ers

Oklahoma City Thunder | August 21, 2021

OKC Thunder | The 10 Home Games I Can’t Wait to Attend

Now, as the Thunder begins their 14th season, I am finally a season-ticket holder. The Thunder hasn’t had fans in the building since March of 2019, and I for one could not be more excited. Yes, it’s almost guaranteed to be another tank season, and I’m more likely to be in the building for a loss than a win, but I’m still pumped. The NBA announced the full schedule for the 2021-22 season Friday afternoon, so without further ado, here are the 10 games that I’m looking forward to attending the most (in chronological order):

Oklahoma City Thunder | January 17, 2021

OKC Thunder | Game #13 Preview: 76ers

Tonight, the Thunder hosts the Philadelphia 76ers, who are 9-5 on the season despite dealing with a flurry of injuries and players being forced to sit due to health and safety protocols. Joel Embiid is out tonight, which benefits OKC, who has struggled to protect the paint this season.

Oklahoma City Thunder | January 6, 2020

Thunder Falls to Hot-Shooting 76ers in Philly

The Oklahoma City Thunder (20-16) saw their 5-game winning streak come to an end Monday night as they dropped a 120-113 decision on the road to the Philadelphia 76ers (24-14).

Oklahoma City Thunder | January 6, 2020

OKC Thunder | Game #36 Preview: 76ers

Tonight, the Thunder takes on the Philadelphia 76ers (23-14) on the road. The Sixers have lost 4 straight games, which ties them for the 2nd-longest active losing streak in the NBA. Streaks aside, this game could go either way.

Oklahoma City Thunder | November 15, 2019

OKC Thunder | Game #12 Preview: 76ers

Tip-Off: 7 PM CT Location: Chesapeake Energy Arena (Oklahoma City, OK) Television: Fox Sports Oklahoma Radio: WWLS 98.1FM OKC The Sports Animal Twitter: Follow @TheThunderGuys for live-tweets during the game The Oklahoma City […]

Oklahoma City Thunder | February 28, 2019

Thunder Drops 3rd Consecutive in Home Loss to 76ers

The Oklahoma City Thunder held a 19-game winning streak against the Philadelphia 76ers entering tonight’s matchup, but the streak did not hold as the 76ers took control early and never relinquished. The Thunder fought back, and even tied it up late in the 4th quarter, but in the end Philadelphia came out on top 108-104.

Oklahoma City Thunder | February 28, 2019

Paul George Out Against Philly

Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star forward Paul George will sit out tonight’s home against the Philadelphia 76ers with soreness in his right shoulder. George has struggled over the last couple of […]